Nokia has released a new phone to the US and several global markets called G50 which has all the ingredients to be competitive as a midrange phone, with a 6.82-inch HD+ display, big battery, audio jack, and 18W fast charger. The phone is said to be priced at $300. The G50 is among the G-series phone and it is similar to the Nokia X20 that was released last year, only that the G50 has a bigger screen and battery and comes in a version specifically designed for the North American market (AT&T and T-Mobile).
The phone surprisingly supports the slower 5G Sub 6, which means this phone will work on T-Mobile’s 5G network, but not on Verizon’s mmWave network, and will only get 4G reception on AT&T.
Nokia G50 is a 5G phone with a slightly bigger HD+ 6.82-display compared to Motorola’s G50.
The Nokia G50 is powered by the modest Snapdragon 480 chip. It has 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, as well as a microSD slot in case there is a need for users to back up their photos or sideload an app.
When compared to Motorola’s identically named G50, the Nokia has a slightly bigger HD+ 6.82-inch display that is capable of 450 nits of brightness and has a v-shaped notch around its front 8-megapixel camera.
It has a triple-camera array, arranged in a circle on the back. Users will enjoy using the 48-megapixel standard camera the most, while the 5-megapixel Ultrawide and 2-megapixel depth sensor cameras can bring some fun perspectives shots but will likely be of noticeably lower quality.
The Nokia G50 front selfie camera also offers video stabilization to help sharpen blurry Tik Tok videos and a Night Selfie mode to brighten low-light selfies.